Monthly Archives: August 2012

How to Talk to Children About 9/11

The tragic events of 9/11 can be difficult for Americans of any age to discuss. As a parent, you may be worried about how you can best talk to your children about 9/11 without causing them unnecessary stress or fear. Thankfully, there are many ways you can talk to your children about 9/11 so that […]

Proving Fault After An Auto Accident

When an auto accident occurs, both parties can be quick to assume that the other driver is at fault. It is very important in accident cases to rely on official proof to determine who is to blame for the collision. If the other driver’s insurance company is trying to pin the responsibility on you and […]

V.C.F. on Hold until Feds Add Cancer to Zadroga Act

From Downtown Express August 22, 2012 | Filed under: News | Posted by: aline BY ALINE REYNOLDS |  44- year-old Glen Klein is one of scores of injured Sept. 11 first responders who are anxiously awaiting compensation from the government for economic losses tied to their physical ailments. Klein, who has three children, was forced into premature retirement from […]

There is No Wrong Way to Grieve: Myths About Coping After Loss

Losing someone you love is always painful. Everyone processes grief differently, and there is no right or wrong way to go about it. However, there are some unfortunate myths about grief that can make the whole process harder than it already is. Some of these myths include: If you ignore the pain, it will go […]

Top Five Things to Look for in a Personal Injury Attorney

Finding the right injury lawyer in New York can seem like a daunting task.  After all, there are many choices. However the attorney an injured plaintiff chooses can have a huge impact on how his or her claim ultimately resolves.  An injured individual should be sure to choose an attorney who is responsive to client […]


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